Taeyeon announces new Japanese album #GirlsSpkOut dropping this November

Taeyeon announces new Japanese album #GirlsSpkOut 
 dropping this November

After making her fans 'Happy' this May, Girls' Generation's Taeyeon is set to release her second mini Japanese album on 18 November

Titled #GirlsSpkOut, the upcoming mini-album comes after her first Japanese EP Voice which was released last year. 

The album will consist of five tracks that detail the conflicts and sadness in our everyday lives while looking towards a brighter tomorrow, said Taeyeon. From the R&B and Latin influences in 'Worry Free Love' to the stripped instrumentals of vocals and piano in 'I Do' and the mellow autumn vibes in 'Be Real', the album boasts a collection of unique sounds.

Conceived based on Taeyeon's message of "Speaking what you think and showing yourself as you are will definitely have a positive impact on your life", the title track '#GirlsSpkOut' is anticipated to be a catchy and empowering dance tune. She will also be releasing a music video for the single on 1 October.

While the news was first announced by Universal Music Japan and Girls' Generation's Japanese sites, Sones from all over the world are psyched for the queen's comeback.

Sones can look forward to the limited edition first production of the mini-album, which includes a special photobook as well as a DVD of the '#GirlsSpkOut' music video and behind-the-scenes videos. Both limited and regular editions will come with a Taeyeon reversible sequin cushion.

Pre-order the limited edition version of #GirlsSpkOut on Universal Music Japan's store here.


Watch the newly released teasers of '#GirlsSpkOut (Feat.ちゃんみな)' here:

Watch the music video of '#GirlsSpkOut' here: